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that water could be the condensation line,, if you have had your AC on, water will leak from along the firewall on the passenger side, where the tube runs out of the vehicle. Your radiator could have been low to begin with and when you saw the water leak,, you though that was it. check the puddle,, is it clear water or does it have antifreeze in it? If its clear water chances are , that its just the drip line from your AC, if it does contain antifreeze , check the 2 water hoses that run into the heater core , you can also see where they go into the cab portion of the van, from under the hood,
sounds like an AC drain line is stopped up or loose to me....some sort of condensation from the AC is my guess. Find the AC drain line and secure the rubber hose. It should stop leaking. (It's probably located on passenger side below the dashboard)
Hi there. Sounds like your vehicle’s A/C evaporator water drain pipe is dislodged or blocked and instead of the water being able to drain outside of the car, the water is draining into the passenger side foot well. It’s just like switching off your home fridge, the ice melts into water and the water is drained away. So the first thing to check is the drain which might have been accidentally disconnected from the evaporator base, or the drain underneath the vehicle has been blocked. You might need to use the services of auto repair center to have the vehicle raised on a hoist to inspect the evaporator drain properly. Hope this helps, Scottech.
Check under the hood, on the firewall, passenger side. Tube comes off the bottom of the evaporator housing (this is the box where the a/c lines enter the firewall). Usually a rubber tube that directs condensation from the evaporator housing to the outside. This tube often plugs with dirt.